LA Ruby August Meetup

  • August 12, 2010 · 7:00 PM
  • AT&T Interactive / YELLOWPAGES.COM

In August we'll be back AT&T Interactive Headquarters in Glendale. I'm still working out the speaker schedule. Let me know if you're interested in speaking. I also need a food sponsor. Please contact me if you're interested in sponsoring food. Both the host and the food sponsor get a chance to talk about their company at the beginning of the meetup. Schedule: 7:00-7:15 Open 7:15-7:30 Introductions 7:30-9:00 Presentations (3 30-minute slots) 9:00-10:00 Open Parking: Park in the visitor parking for 611 N. Brand Bl. AT&T Interactive will provide parking validations. Presentations:
Min Huang JSDM is a JavaScript dependency manager written in Ruby. My talk is focused on it's usage and some of the mathematics behind it.
Refactoring Techniques
Alex Sharp This talk will focus solving difficult refactoring problems in a real world codebase. I will show actual code and demonstrate specific refactoring techniques to show how specific problems were solved. This is not a conceptual talk, and thus we will look at LOTS of real code.
Padrino Framework
Arthur Chiu Learn more about the Padrino web framework from core developer Arthur Chiu From the website: The goal for this framework is to match the essence of Sinatra and make it suitable for increasingly complex applications that require the use of forms, mail delivery, localization, helpers, caching, etc. Food: Food this month will be co-sponsored by ProjectX and MyBandstock.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great group of people and very helpful - it was my first meetup and I drove from OC to attend after flying from the East Coast...was well worth the travel fatigue to be there!

    August 13, 2010

  • Chris D.

    This is the first meetup of it's kind that I've attended. I liked the energy.

    August 13, 2010

  • Coby R.

    Great meetup, will try and get videos out in the near future.

    August 13, 2010

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